[AISWorld] CFP: ACM International Conference on Supporting Group Work

Lionel Robert lprobert at umich.edu
Mon Jan 20 15:15:50 EST 2014

Submission overviewSubmissions to the conference are welcome in form of
research papers (both short and long), work-in-progress papers, posters,
and workshops proposals. Accepted research papers and posters are published
in the ACM Press Conference Proceedings and in the ACM digital Library.
Work-in-progress papers and workshop proposals will be published in a
paper-based supplement.

Submission Types

*Papers* - The papers venue provides 30 minutes to present and interact
with the audience. Accepted papers will be published in the Conference
Proceedings and ACM Digital Library. Please use the ACM standard
format<http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates> for
submissions. *There is no page limit for papers, though clear rationale
should be given for papers that exceed 10 pages.*

*Working papers (WoPs)* - Authors of WoPs will get a 10 minutes slot to
present and initiate conversation with attendees. The goal is to launch
potential conversations that improve the working paper. Please use the
ECSCW format for submissions.Templates are available

*Posters/Demos* - Posters and demos are an interactive opportunity. Posters
and Demos are presented during a reception with the opportunity for
attendees to focus on specific poster/demo topics. As well, the audience
will vote on the TOP 3. Please use the ACM standard
format<http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates> for

*Workshop proposals* - Workshops provide an informal and focused
environment for the information exchange and discussion of Group related
topics. We offer half or full day workshop venues. Please use the ACM
standard format
<http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates> for

*Doctoral Colloquium* - The Doctoral Colloquium provides a forum for
sharing ongoing Ph.D. projects of participants who wish to join the
competitively advanced Ph.D. students with distinguished faculty for
mentoring and feedback.
*Learn more about the Doctoral Colloquium
Important Dates

February 13th, 2014: Papers submission at the conference site (inquiries
only to papers at group2014.org)
April 11th, 2014: Working Papers submission (to workingpapers at group2014.org
April 11th, 2014: Workshop proposals submission, sent directly to co-chairs
(workshops at group2014.org)
April 11th, 2014: Posters/Demos submission, sent directly to co-chairs (
posters at group2014.org)
April 11th, 2014: Please get in contact with the co-chairs to indicate your
interest; the co-chairs provide further information on how to submit
materials (co-chairs: dc at group2014.org)
May 2nd, 2014: Doctoral Colloquium submission, (*submission requirements
here* <http://www.acm.org/conferences/group/conferences/group14/dc.html>)

April 25th, 2014: Notification of Papers and Working Papers acceptance
May 9th, 2014: Notification of Workshops acceptance
May 9th, 2014: Notification of Posters/Demos acceptance
June 6th, 2014: Notification of Doctoral Colloquium acceptance
Conference Topics

Supporting group work
Organizational issues of technology design, use, or adaptation
Emerging technologies in work, home, leisure, entertainment, or education
Theoretical conceptual argument about key concepts relevant for CSCW and HCI
Cross-cultural collaboration
Learning at the workplace (CSCL at work, Technology-Enhanced Learning, TEL)
Social computing and contexts of collaboration
Mobile and wearable technologies in collaboration
New forms of internet behaviour, including social media and MOOCs
Computer supported collaborative learning
Global collaboration
Online communities
Strategies for business use of technology
Innovative collaborative technologies
Technical architectures supporting collaboration
New tool/toolkits for collaborative technologies
Coordination and workflow technology
Cooperative knowledge management
Innovative forms of human computer interaction for cooperative technologies
Ethnographic studies
Socio-technical studies
socio-technical studies of computing

Lionel P. Robert Jr.
Assistant Professor of Information
School of Information
University of Michigan
4417 North Quad
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285
Phone: 734-764-5296
Fax: 734-615-3587
Email: lprobert at umich.edu
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